D-I transfer to play for Cal Poly Humboldt men’s basketball

Cal Poly Humboldt Athletics

Cal Poly Humboldt men’s basketball head coach Tae Norwood has announced the signing of the University of North Florida transfer Joshua Berenbaum.

“We are excited to welcome the addition of Josh (Berenbaum) to the North Coast,” Norwood said. “Josh is a hybrid four-man who has an uncanny ability to knock down shots and stretch the floor. His ability to play multiple positions will provide our offense with great depth and flexibility.”

Berenbaum is a 6-8 guard/forward who played the past two seasons for the University of North Florida. The Ospreys are a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. 

During his two years at the University of North Florida, Berenbuam averaged four points and three rebounds per game. He played in 40 games including 27 this past season. 

During his freshman season, he was named the Atlantic Sun Newcomer of the Week during the final week of the regular season. 

The St. Petersburg, Florida, native graduated from Calvary Christian High School. 

And he’s not the only new Lumberjacks player.

Lexington, Kentucky, native Shemar O’Roy-Ford also has signed a national letter of intent to play for Norwood and the Cal Poly men.

“We are thrilled to welcome Shemar to Lumberjack Nation,” Norwood said. “Shemar is a versatile post player who plays with great athleticism. He will add toughness and rebounding to our front court. He has a tremendous offensive upside and an unrelenting motor.”

‘Roy-Ford comes to Cal Poly Humboldt from Frederick Douglass High School. 

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